IK4-IDEKO is participating in several projects within the European H2020 programme of support for innovation.
The Basque technology centre IK4-IDEKO, specialising in the research and development of technologies applied to industrial manufacturing, has attracted 2.6 million euros this year through its participation in four European Advanced Manufacturing projects.
The projects are funded by the European Union through the research and innovation support programme Horizon 2020, designed to foster initiatives that contribute to scientific and technological development in Europe.
“We finished the year with four new H2020 projects, through which we have raised 2.6 million euros. In addition, we have completed five other previous European programme projects”, says Juanan Arrieta, director of international R&D projects at the technology centre.
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